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The BioVoyage Institute Now Offering Hands-On Training Programs For Biotechnology Products & Applications
Date:3/14/2013

ared for scientific career opportunities. The trained and learned learner would in turn create a stable and financially secure environment for his/her self, family and community.

The programs are geared towards the academically inclined, and those learners who want to enter the scientific workforce. The training covers a wide range of career fields that include laboratory assistant, research scientist, forensic technician, and many more. Trained individuals may be employed in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, health, security, law enforcement, academic labs, medical laboratories, diagnostic facilities, and a host of other industries. One thing is for sure, the newly trained learner will help to create new products, new industries, become a taxpayer, and create a safer, richer and more secure environment for him/herself, family and community as a whole.

The overall objective is for practical geniuses to be encouraged, embraced, and contributes to the growth and expansion of the economies and their infrastructures.     

The Institute seeks to engage more in partnerships/collaborations with other educational organizations (local and international), writers, foundations, businesses, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and scientific companies, universities, not-for-profit organizations and the likes for sponsorship, raising public awareness and understanding of bioscience/biotechnology, preparing a well trained workforce for the future and providing a platform for achieving the stated goals.

Suggestions and help are welcome from anyone who shares common interests and goals. For more information on how you can get involved, contact Dr. Josh Calderon: info(at)thevoyageinstitute(dot)com

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